Reports confirm notorious Q-biotype species is now present in eight counties.
More townships added as small populations of the pest are found in municipalities adjacent to previously quarantined areas.
Agri-Mek SC miticide/insecticide from Syngenta controls two spotted spider mites.
The book is designed to help growers who are beginning high tunnel production.
UF/IFAS researchers take optimistic route, say damage from last summer’s invasive pest onslaught could have been much worse.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this insect pest.
Low overwintering mortality means growers should be trapping and monitoring.
UF/IFAS expert warns species likely to cause problems for growers.
North Carolina State researcher reminds growers they need to be proactive with spotted wing drosophila.
Tips to control the pest include pheromone traps, sanitation, and site selection.
This year, leaffooted bugs are expected to be a significant problem in almonds and pistachios, but watching temperature […]
Stone fruit and almond growers looking to replant orchards might want to invest in soil samples to assess […]
Researchers, state agencies working together to prevent a potential outbreak.
First of its kind found in European shipment.
Almond growers need to do a delicate dance to keep spider mite populations down, but not so far […]
Grape growers should be on the lookout this fall for two pests that are popping up in vineyards […]
UF/IFAS study on luring, snaring the notorious redbay ambrosia beetle earns prestigious award.